Eight ways to measure diversity that have nothing to do with hiring

    By: Clair Fuller on May 15, 2017

    Bärí A. Williams writes, "It’s almost that time of year when America’s top tech companies release their annual reports offering the public a glimpse into the number of underrepresented employees across their ranks. Uber kick started it when the ride-hailing company released its figures this Spring; during the summer months ahead, other tech companies are expected to release their reports. While they offer a glance into how companies are faring in the diversity department, they don’t tell the full story.

    Diversity gets people into the room, but inclusion keeps them there. True diversity is about more than just numbers; it must come with a heavy dose of inclusion. That means a company must be intentional about creating and fostering a culture where everyone has a seat at the table, not just entry to the room to watch as a bystander.

    So how do companies achieve that? How can executives measure progress?"


    Released: May 15, 2017, 9:15 am
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